Alpharetta Takes City Center, Radio Votes Tonight
City Council has a full agenda with its downtown City Center, zoning hearings and the public safety radio system just a few of the items on its agenda.
Alpharetta City Council has a full agenda tonight starting off with updates from its economic development partner and the latest on downtown City Center plans.
Alpharetta first entered into a partnership with Progress Partners, the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce's economic development arm, when it had a vacancy in its economic development staff. Since then the city hired Peter Tokar.
Up next in the workshop portion of the agenda will be another update on City Center plans. Tonight is noteworthy in that the council is scheduled to vote on City Center design development during the business portion of the meeting.
City Council is expected to approve an intergovernment agreement that brings five North Fulton cities together to fund and install a radio system expected to cost between $14 million and $16 million, split among the cities – Alpharetta, Milton, Johns Creek, Roswell and Sandy Springs.
Other agenda items include:
The Gates at North Point: Consideration of a request to rezone approximately 6 acres from CUP to O-P in order to develop an office use. The property is located on the south side of Webb Bridge Road.
North Point Village Shopping Center: Consideration of a variance in order to remove setback and landscape requirements to subdivide an existing retail development tract. The property is located at 7300 North Point Parkway.